Build Your Own Gaming Laptop

Gaming Laptop

Build Your Own Gaming Laptop

Build Your Own Gaming LaptopThere are tons of options available online if you are looking to build gaming PC, but what if you are in the market for a gaming laptop?

There aren’t a ton of DIY gaming laptop options out there. You could pick up a laptop shell, then try to piece together parts from around the internet. Or you could grab a kit and build a Raspberry PI based laptop to play old emulators games.

Both options will result in a clunky, unpolished system that most likely won’t even be close to what you were will need to have a consistent quality gaming experience in 2018.

The best option is using a service like the one provided here at Velocity Micro, where you can pick the size and components of your laptop. We then custom build the machine for you, just like our desktop systems.

Velocity Micro offers a wide range of fully customizable models, from a compact 14” laptop to a full 17” desktop replacement with dual GPU’s and an overclockable CPU. We have a system for casual and the most demanding gamers alike.

Velocity Micro Custom Gaming Laptop Models

We offer over 10 different gaming laptop models in assorted sizes. Select your desired screen size and start customizing!

Custom Built 14” Gaming Laptop Models

Vector 14

Custom Built 15” Gaming Laptop Models

NoteMagix M15

Raptor MX50

Raptor S55

Signature 15

ProMagix M15Q

Custom Built 17.3” Gaming Laptop Models

NoteMagix M17

Raptor MX70

Signature 17

ProMagix M17SLI

Our configurator lets you customize your laptop anyway you see fit. Once you complete your order, all you have to do is sit back and wait for delivery. If anything was to go wrong with your device (it shouldn’t) our award winning customer service will be there to assist you. We try to make the processes as simple as possible, from start to finish.

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Jordan White

Jordan has been a member of Velocity Micro's team since 2017. He's a graduate of James Madison University.

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